Princess Charlotte has already had a lot of exciting things happen this year but 2019 is set to bring her biggest milestone yet – primary school!
Princess Charlotte turned three in May and she has had quite the year.
Not only did she become a big sister for the first time when Prince Louis was born in April, she also had the special job of flower girl at her uncle Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle in May.
Princess Charlotte’s sassy personality has become more and more obvious and her confidence will bode the little royal well when she joins primary school next year.
Big brother Prince George will be on hand to support his little sister and the young prince will probably be thankful that his sister is there to soak up some of the media’s attention.
While Prince George often looks a little hesitant in front of the paparazzi flashes, Princess Charlotte seems to take it in her stride and she also started teasing photographers while at her brother’s christening this year!
Princess Charlotte will be heading back to Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington this September for her last year and the little royal had better make the most of not wearing a uniform…
Although it hasn’t been confirmed, it is likely that Princess Charlotte will go to the same school as her brother Prince George who will be in Year Two of Thomas’s Battersea when Charlotte enrolls.
Prince George’s first day at school is set to be very special this year as mum Kate should be able to help drop him off and now next year looks to be full of excitement too as he’ll be able to introduce his sister to all his friends.
Prince George is said to love school, a source previously told the Daily Mail, ‘George loves it. He has really thrived there. And I know they [William and Kate] are immensely grateful to the media for giving him space. It’s a very happy environment for him.’
Prince George and Princess Charlotte have a really great bond and it’s likely going to the same school will only bring them closer together as they’ll have more in common
From our sister site GoodtoKnow. Words by Jessica Ransom.